Elisabeth Brauss - 14 November

The maturity and sophistication of her thoughtful interpretations

would be the pride of any pianist twice her age (Gramophone)


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Sonata in C minor, K56 

Sonata in C major, K159

Sonata in B minor, K87

Sonata in G major, K427

Sonata no.8 in A minor, K.310

Sonatine pour piano

Sonata no.3 in A minor, Op.28

Klavierstűcke, Op.119

Faschingsschwank aus Wien, Op.26

                                Photo © Felix Broede

Elisabeth is quickly establishing herself as one of the most exciting and versatile musicians of her generation and was a member of the BBC New Generation Artist scheme, frequently performing on BBC Radio 3.  She is much in demand for her solo recitals including at the Wigmore Hall, the Schleswig Holstein and the Snape Maltings Festivals.  She is a keen chamber musician both here and in her native Germany.  In May 2017 her critically acclaimed debut CD (Beethoven, Prokofiev, Chopin and Denhoff) was released by Oehms Classics and was named as Editor’s Choice by Gramophone Magazine. The Hallé recently announced that Elisabeth Brauss will be the first recipient of the 2021 Terence Judd–Hallé Award. The award commemorates the work and tragically short life of Terence Judd, a remarkable talent who passed away in 1979 at the age of 22. Initially launched in 1982, the award has re-launched as an annual partnership with the BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists scheme to support the development of an outstanding young pianist.

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